Cancer Center Lends a Hand in Alaskan’s Lung Cancer Battle
July 24, 2014 · Comments Off on Cancer Center Lends a Hand in Alaskan’s Lung Cancer Battle
A year and a half ago, she considered herself one lucky lady. It was Dec....
Epic Experience gives cancer survivors memories that last a life time
July 24, 2014 · Comments Off on Epic Experience gives cancer survivors memories that last a life time
At a small mountain ranch in Sweetwater, Colo., University of Colorado Cancer Center patients are...
Guest Blog: Cancer diagnosis is not a death sentence
July 2, 2014 · Comments Off on Guest Blog: Cancer diagnosis is not a death sentence
I had an epiphany. Last week in the wee hour of the morning, as I was traipsing in the dark to the bathroom to take my Tarceva pill, the glow of the power light of my cell phone on the vanity grabbed my attention.
Guest Blog: Stigma and fear of cancer
June 17, 2014 · Comments Off on Guest Blog: Stigma and fear of cancer
Two years ago, Celia, now retired, had a cough that didn’t seem to go away. A lung x-ray at a routine physical showed a “milky way” image. After going through numerous tests, she eventually received the diagnosis: Stage 4 non-small cell lung cancer. Without treatment, the doctor told her she had only eight months to live. It was something she thought only happened to other people.
A physician’s trip through the disease looking glass
June 2, 2014 · Comments Off on A physician’s trip through the disease looking glass
Let me tell you about the very rich. They are different from you and me,”...
Cancer patient continues journey through disease’s uncertain terrain
May 30, 2014 · Comments Off on Cancer patient continues journey through disease’s uncertain terrain
Carlo Spivey sits in a chair outside the Infusion Center in the Anschutz Cancer Pavilion,...
There’s no me in statistics
May 26, 2014 · Comments Off on There’s no me in statistics
Pancreatic cancer patient Jim Dysart proves his diagnosis is more than statistics. Jim Dysart knows...
Fourth Time’s a Charm
December 2, 2013 · Comments Off on Fourth Time’s a Charm
Four Cancers Cannot Stop Retired Dentist and Avid Hunter, Tom Evans, From Living Life to...
May 30, 2013 · Comments Off on Preserving Options
At 24, Bri Pasko hadn’t thought much about children, besides assuming she’d have them one day. A breast cancer diagnosis would force her look at her fertility and decide what she'd do to preserve her options.
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